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Art Design Welcome Home: Design Your Abode As A Sanctuary Attuned To Your Well Being

Welcome Home: Design Your Abode As A Sanctuary Attuned To Your Well Being

Welcome Home: Design Your Abode As A Sanctuary Attuned To Your Well Being
By Hong Xinying
By Hong Xinying
April 09, 2020
More than ever before, we seek solace in the comfort of our abodes. Tatler Homes Singapore puts the spotlight on holistic interiors and unveils a new look in its April-May 2020 issue.

For 14 years and counting, Tatler Homes Singapore has chronicled notable design projects in Singapore and around the world. Ahead of its 15th anniversary, we mark its next milestone with a brand new look that stays true to the overarching ethos of the magazine and its role as the arbiter to the most powerful, influential and stylish tastemakers in the fields of design and architecture. 

The first major revamp for the title in five years, this magazine’s visual transformation takes cues from the refined aesthetic and editorial direction of Tatler Asia, while conveying the title’s elevated approach to design. 

(Related: This Is A New Era For Tatler Asia)

The April-May 2020 issue of Tatler Homes Singapore
The April-May 2020 issue of Tatler Homes Singapore

Our personality-driven stories on interior design, furnishings, and architecture are complemented with lifestyle features ranging from travel to wellness. We feature industry leaders who are charting new frontiers as well as creative minds behind projects that set a high bar in terms of aesthetics, functionality and sustainability. 

(Related: 5 Design Documentaries To Watch and Get Inspired By While You Stay Home)

The world of interiors seeks longevity—and turning a house into a home certainly is not a feat achieved overnight. Through these pages, we place the spotlight on the designers that make the transformation effortless while sharing inspiring ways to spruce up your abode. To create spaces that stand the test of time, architects, designers and industry leaders alike constantly act as creative seers, anticipating the ways that we will live, work and play. 

Frag Riviera lounge chairs by
Dainelli Studio and Motif coffee tables by Analogia Project, from P5 Studio
Frag Riviera lounge chairs by Dainelli Studio and Motif coffee tables by Analogia Project, from P5 Studio
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer debuts her collaborative collection with Bordallo Pinheiro, which features butterfly motifs
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer debuts her collaborative collection with Bordallo Pinheiro, which features butterfly motifs

Our April issue celebrates this by recognising the impact of good design on our well being, particularly in the spaces that we inhabit. A thoughtfully crafted home can create an uplifting effect on both our mental and emotional state, a contribution that is much needed in times of uncertainty when working from home has become the norm. 

Start with the small things. Add a cheerful touch with yellow accent pieces and peruse the latest outdoor collections that encourage you to relax and take in some fresh air. Then, recreate the elements of your favourite spas and resorts at home with the newest bathroom trends.

(Related: 10 Home Design Trends To Watch In 2020)

Rengy John and Clint Nagata of Blink Design Group
Rengy John and Clint Nagata of Blink Design Group
Thierry Chow of Go Lucky by Thierry Chow
Thierry Chow of Go Lucky by Thierry Chow

With more of us spending time indoors, take the opportunity to incorporate greenery into your dwelling. Air plants are a top choice—these sturdy species are low-maintenance and a calming sight, whether in your bedroom or living area. Improve the spatial flow of your residence by being mindful of the decorative elements you select, or through incorporating the ancient art of feng shui into your interior. We speak to hospitality designers Rengy John and Clint Nagata of Blink Design Group about the elements that add to a holistic interior, as well as Thierry Chow of Go Lucky for feng shui advice.

(Related: Home Tour: This Apartment Combines Good Feng Shui With Colourful Interiors)

The study of a Bauhaus-influenced home in Cape Town, South Africa
The study of a Bauhaus-influenced home in Cape Town, South Africa
Fashion influences come together in this house designed by Ming Architects and KGID
Fashion influences come together in this house designed by Ming Architects and KGID

Get more ideas on sprucing up your home through our selection of beautiful residences around the world. Our cover story is a Bauhaus-influenced haven in Cape Town, which offers a masterclass in mixing vintage furniture with colourful, contemporary additions.

Certainly, a house is not a home without that personal touch, as seen in the inspiring projects crafted by local firms Architology, Design Intervention, KGID and Ming Architects. These stylish abodes in Singapore suggest various ways to create spaces that are tailor-made to your personal pursuits and needs. 

As they say, there’s no place like home. Enjoy the issue as you cocoon this month. 

(Related: Home Tour: A Bauhaus-Inspired House In Cape Town That Combines Greenery With Mid-Century Chic)

A bedroom crafted by Design Intervention
A bedroom crafted by Design Intervention

The April-May 2020 issue is available with our compliments on Magzter.

Enter the promo code THSGApril2020; offer ends May 31, 2020

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